[Chicago] Screencast of my RPython Talk
Brian.Toby at ANL.gov
Mon Jan 30 15:22:26 CET 2012
I have used Camtasia for screen/audio recording both from Windows and Mac. Two quite different programs, but both work well.
On Jan 30, 2012, at 7:22 AM, David Beazley wrote:
> I used Screenflow to record the screen and audio from my laptop's built-in microphone. The audio would probably be a bit better with a proper mic to capture audience questions (and to decrease typing volume), but for speaker audio, it actually came out a lot better than I expected. So far as I know, you can also record your screen and audio using Quicktime.
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>>> Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 12:30:57 -0600
>>> From: David Beazley <dave at dabeaz.com>
>>> To: chicago at python.org
>>> I have posted a video of my RPython talk from the January 12 meeting at :
>>> This is a different video than the one recorded by video camera. Instead, it is a direct screen capture of my laptop along with a live audio track. If you don't mind the fact that you never see me or anyone else in the room, the slides and audio actually have pretty good clarity.
>> This was actually a great way to view this talk (not to put down the other ChiPy videos which are also the Best Ever). Care to share how you did it (screencast software, etc.) in case others want to go down this road?
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